Need help with my custom gelaskin... Photoshop help please?

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  1. agallowa macrumors regular

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    I need some help with my gelaskins im going to order. i saw this template from someone else on the uoab that made this skin for the back of his ip4. i want the same thing but i just want a plain black apple logo and black iphone text below it not the rainbow logo and silver text that is on the attachment enclosed. any help is appreciated thanks in advance guys and gals. im horrible at photoshop and dont know the first thing about it so any help is really appreciated.
     

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  2. agallowa thread starter macrumors regular

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    n e help guys? im trying to get this thing ordered sooner than later.... thanks again.
     
  3. netnothing macrumors 68040

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    Let me know if this works (no guarantees!).

    -Kevin

    EDIT: Attaching the PSD as well for you.
     

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  4. agallowa thread starter macrumors regular

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    thanks so much that looks perfect. the second psd file you posted is that something specific i need to use for gelaskins? im not familiar with that file type. thanks again i really appreciate it!! :)
     
  5. netnothing macrumors 68040

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    No idea....I've never done gelaskins before. The PSD is just the raw Photoshop file I used (it contains the original file and my new layers). You can give that to anyone with Photoshop and they can easily make changes (that's why I posted it).

    The PNG file was just the flattened file saved out (much like a JPG).

    You'll have to find out what the upload requirements are at Gelaskins. Obviously make sure you can proof whatever they are doing to make sure the file is high enough quality.

    -Kevin
     
  6. agallowa thread starter macrumors regular

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    ok cool. i think the size requirements for gelaskins is 900x1500 if im not mistaken i could be wrong though. so do i need to resize that pic to that specific size before i upload it to there server or is it alright the size it is now?
     
  7. netnothing macrumors 68040

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    Both files are already 900x1500.

    -Kevin
     
  8. agallowa thread starter macrumors regular

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    sweet your a lifesaver. once again i really appreciate it thanks for working on that for me. :D
     
  9. netnothing macrumors 68040

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    No problem....glad to help. Hope it turns out good.

    -Kevin
     
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  11. agallowa thread starter macrumors regular

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    i definetly will post some high res pictures once it comes in and my black bumper as well. im really looking forward to the whole setup.
     
  12. sulemanaaa macrumors newbie

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    instead of getting the Gela skins..why not just get the "iPhone 4 Colorlays" from

    http://web.grfxpstore.com/store/CellPhones

    they include front/back for $6 plus any color cut right!


    i wonder if someone has tested that. Because Getaskins are $15 and "iphone 4 colorlays" are $6!
     
  13. Kevio macrumors regular

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    Well their custom apple logos are very nice. I have the carbon fiber one installed on my iP4 and if the colorlays are of the same quality, I say they're definitely worth it.
     

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